In certain circles, Carl Reynolds’ views on crime and punishment would be readily embraced. He believes that Texas is locking up too many people at too high of a cost and that prisons have replaced the state’s mental health system in dealing with the mentally ill.

But in the nitty-gritty world of running the state’s massive prison system, where Reynolds is general counsel, his philosophy is politically incorrect.

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